Native American Kachinas have a rich and varied history beyond the fact that they are most often recognized as wooden, carved dolls. The “original” kachinas were supernatural spirits and beings. These mostly benevolent entities once lived among the Native American... Read more
Hopi potter Ida Sahmie, born Navajo and married into Hopi, strikes a lovely balance between the two tribes in her pieces, incorporating her Navajo heritage in her Hopi pottery by way of traditional Navajo designs. Ida, born in the the Navajo nation, became a member of... Read more
A story written by Isleta Pueblo carver Andy Abeita, this piece explores the Tale of the Corn Maiden, and the importance of both the figure and all she represents in Pueblo Native American culture. In Pueblo Indian culture, there have been... Read more
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